Lifestyle articles published in July 2012
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July 30, 2012
Tracking Drug Use in a New and Smelly Way
Scientists are taking to the sewers to track drug use.
July 29, 2012
Mississippi Church Says No to Marrying Black Couple
The church has never had a black wedding performed there since it was founded in 1883, and wants to keep it that way.
Bringing Kids Joy, One Bike at a Time
A review of an article about a retired veteran, Mr. Tottress, who repairs and gives free bicycles to kids in need.
July 28, 2012
Champagne Mignon And Billionaires Row
Champagne Charles Mignon teams up with Billionaires Row Luxury Group.
Philipponnat Champagne's Clos des Goisses
Balance is key. Balance of freshness and acidity are the hallmarks of the house.
July 27, 2012
Another American Medical System Failure
Theater killer was seeing shrink
July 25, 2012
Bath Salts Mimic Cocaine in the Brain
New research shows bath salts have the same effect on the brain as cocaine.
July 23, 2012
Facebook Fame Or Manson Posterity? A Colorado Tragedy
Why does this continue to happen?
Victims of Alzheimer's Are Given Hope With Memories
An ambitious social worker named Dan Cohen works to bring memories back to Alzheimer's and dementia victims through the power of music
July 22, 2012
Movie Theater Shooting and The Need for Better Gun Controls
With one of the most violent shooting rampages in recent history, are motives equally as important as the need for better gun control laws?
July 20, 2012
12 Killed at Opening Night of Dark Knight in Denver Suburb
12 Die At Opening Night of New Batman movie
July 19, 2012
Study: Number of Donors Giving Online Increases to Almost 60 Percent
Study underscores the importance of nonprofit organizations being optimized for online giving.
Chick-Fil-A: I Still Plan On Eating There
Why One Bisexual Woman Still Loves Chick-Fil-A
July 18, 2012
Light Drinking May Cause Dementia
Two new studies show low and moderate alcohol consumption and binge drinking are linked to dementia.
Drug Commonly Used for Multiple Sclerosis has no Effect on Disability Progression
Disability progression in Multiple Sclerosis cannot be reduced by using interferon beta.
FDA Bans use of Bisphenol A (BPA) in Baby Bottles and Sippy Cups
Bisphenol A usage in plastic bottles for children has been disapproved by FDA.
July 17, 2012
Never Giving Up Giving Back
A remarkable lady that isn't giving up giving back!
Giving Back by Music Despite Battling Cancer
A review of two stories about life, illness, music and healing
July 13, 2012
Against The Law To Be Blonde?
The Kaleidoscope Trust are asking in a brand new video campaign called ‘Imagine if it were illegal for you to be you?’
The Healthy Issue
Is Skinny bad? Is curvy good?... Apparently we all forget that there are different types of healthy-bodies and there are many shades of gray in this problem
Writing a Food Journal can Help a lot in Reducing Weight
People can lose their weight by writing the diet schedule and maintaining a check on it.
Plastic Surgeries Increase in the Social Networking Age
Plastic surgery cases are increasing due to the presentation of people in their profiles.
July 12, 2012
No Such Thing as Facebook Depression
A new study shows there is no link between time spend on Facebook and depression.
Honour For Turing
War hero honoured at last!
Qatar Group Buys Valentino
Mayhoola for Investments has agreed to acquire Valentino Fashion Group SpA.
July 10, 2012
Brioni's New Creative Director
Brendan Mullane Named As Brioni’s New Creative Director
Cranberry Products are Helpful in Fighting Against Urinary Tract Infection
Cranberry products can help to fight against urinary tract infections and reduce the chances of getting infection by about 38%.
Use of Non-Nutritive Sweeteners Need Further Research Regarding Health Aspects
Non-nutritive sweeteners might give benefits to health but this aspect needs further research.
July 9, 2012
Going The Extra Mile
How far would you go to help others?
Daily Deal Sites that Give to Charities
What’s the deal with Daily Deal sites?
July 8, 2012
Sexual Activities That People Don't Count As Having Sex
Never Ceasing To Blow Your Mind
The Cruelty of Foie Gras
Au Revoir pour Le Foie Gras! (Good bye to foie gras!)
India: The Hole Picture!
Astounding how a country manned by over a billion could get to have so many unmanned holes!
A Synthetic Protein Found to be of Help Against Influenza
Synthetic protein, EP67, has been found to boost immune system against influenza.
Stop and Twirl: Honoring Joyful Moments with Happiness
Happiness is best when noticed, felt, shared, expressed. And when we do, we honor and increase the gift.
Alternative Olympic Torch Relay
Never too young to help others!
July 5, 2012
One Place Where Manners Are Lacking: Basic Sex Etiquette
I'm gonna be original and blame it of "Fifty Shades of Grey".
Parents on Methamphetamines
Increasing abuse of meth is tied to the growing number of children in foster care.
Dior Couture: FW2012
The Fall/Winter 2012-13 collection of Christian Dior Haute-Couture
Vitamin D Useful in a Variety of Cases
Vitamin D is helpful against cancer, hip fractures and hospital acquired infections, and decreased healthcare costs.
More Rescuers Improve Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Outcomes
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation by more people improve the chances of survival of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients.
July 2, 2012
Givenchy: Men's SS2013
The Spring/Summer 2013 collection of Givenchy for Men
Volunteering: Good for Others, Good for your Health
A growing body of research seems to indicate that engaging in volunteer work improves your physical and mental health.
Rediscover the Powers of Reading and Writing
A California Bay Area woman reaches out to the community through reading and writing
July 1, 2012
Why Tomatoes with Color Splotches are Tastier
Same protein causes color and taste differences in two different varieties of tomatoes.
Rainbow Oreo Stirs Up Gay Hate.
Anti-gay group wants you to stop buying cookies.
Bulgarian Gay Pride March
Sofia's Gay Pride March Takes Place Despite Threats